March 4. Saturday.
Cold with snow flurries, then warm and sunny.
Mostly sunny and cold.
Snowcover at 4 feet, drifts 6, snow storage 10 or more.
Snow Moon obscured by cloud cover.
76th day of snowcover.
9. Storm ends.
6" of new snow followed by steady rain.
Avalanche danger, Lifts closed.
Warming, melting flooding, snowing again.
4. More wet snow.
2. 10th winter storm of season.
Heavy wet snow.
On this Groundhog
(Marmot) Day the sun did not shine.
22. 9th winter storm.
20. Light snow, mild.
19. Storm ends with 4" more.
storage problems. Orthodox Epiphany.
8th winter storm begins with 6" snow.
January 17. Big Wood Bread.
5th consecutive sunny day.
52nd day of snowcover. Crowds have thinned.
Luther King, Jr. Day
A little warmer, more sun.
25 minutes more daylight since solstice.
Expect another winter storm in 2 days.
15. Day 3 of 4th cold spell. Sunny.
January 14. Day 2 of 4th cold spell.
Clear and calm. Blue, blue skies.
Moon rises in clearing skies.
11. Final day of 7th winter
10. Another 8" of snow.
9. More snow. No sunbreaks.
8. A foot of new snow.
5. Clear and frigid. 3rd
Too cold for skiing.
4. More snow. Slushy and wet.
Roads in bad shape. City plows wait until storm ends.
3. 6th winter storm.
2. Monday. Federal holiday.
Cloud cover moderates cold.
Thick traffic, crowded shops and diners.
SRO in some places, others closed for the day.
Year's Day. Clear, calm and
The mountain is
and not because you see it.